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microphotograph

[¦mī·krə′fōd·ə‚graf]
(graphic arts)
A microscopically small photograph, requiring magnification to be readable.
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The TEM microphotographs document that a part of C15 is localized in the HDPE phase and at the interface in the HDPE/PA6/C15 systems.
We thank Roberto Cambra for his help in obtaining the ANAM research permits, Francisco Delgado for sharing his knowledge of the remote Cerro Hoya National Park, Daniel Saez for valuable logistical support, and Tiburcio Laez Aponte for scanning the electronic microphotographs.
99 Figure 4 Low-magnification (top) and high-magnification (bottom) SEM microphotographs and EDS elemental analyses of unexposed and exposed (11,000 [micro]W/c[m.
I am grateful to Magdalena Gawlak (Institute of Plant Protection-National Research Institute, Poznan, Poland) for her kind assistance in taking SEM microphotographs.
The transmission electron microscopy (TEM) microphotographs were digitized with a digital camera (DXM1200, Nikon).
Written by specialists worldwide, the chapters are clearly organized and thorough, with copious color plates of microphotographs of the immunohistograms and inset boxes of key diagnostic points, tables, and extensive lists of references.
Tiwari, Allahabad, for helping in microphotographs.
TEM microphotographs (not displayed here) showed an ordered hexagonal arrangement of PS cylinders, as could be expected considering the literature results (ref.
Microphotographs of salt-bicarbonate treated meat showed larger muscle fibers than control, which may have been attributed by swelling resulted from the compulsive injection of 20% marinade solution (Figure 3A and 3D).
As part of the service, the customer receives a roll analysis report which includes microphotographs of the cells before and after cleaning, as well as critical cell dimensions such as volume, depth, opening, and wall thickness.
Lorne Campbell's essay shifts deftly from a consideration of archival evidence to discussion of style to microphotographs, to argue that the mind and hand behind the iconic frontispiece to the Chroniques de Hainaut was Rogier van der Weyden's.
This is clearly formed by unaearated bitumen droplets to which some solids are also attached (see Dai and Chung (1996) for some illustrative microphotographs of this phenomenon).